Khadeema Kallaru

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Khadeema Kallaru
Directed by Vijay
Screenplay byM.D. Sundar
Story byM.D. Sundar
Produced by V. Ravichandran
Starring Ambareesh
CinematographyC. Mahendra
Edited byYadav Victor
Music by Shankar–Ganesh
Sri Chamundeshwari Studio
Distributed byEswari Pictures
Release date
Language Kannada

Khadeema Kallaru is a 1982 Indian Kannada film directed by Vijay and produced by V. Ravichandran. The film stars Ambareesh, Prabhakar, Jayamala and V. Ravichandran in lead roles. [1] The film is Ravichandran's first film as an actor and second as a producer after Prema Matsara.




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  1. "Khadeema Kallaru Cast and Crew" . Retrieved 2 December 2012.